Energy Management Blog
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
When it pertains to initiatives on climate change and control of emissions, the European Union is very proactive as they go about setting standards for building energy efficiency. Recently, the EU issued new rules that will help ensure energy efficiency by requiring all industrial and commercial to adhere to energy management practices. As part of recent initiatives, they want to ensure that energy efficiency will be a top priority. By: Daniel Stouffer, Verisae
Monday, August 22, 2011
By: Ben Montclair, Capitol Review Group

Helping Businesses Take Advantage of Tax Deductions for Energy Efficiency

There are numerous reasons for being aware of energy usage in your building as green building trends move into the mainstream and taking advantage of energy-efficiency incentives can have a positive impact on both the environment and your company’s financials. One of the first steps any building owner can take toward an effective energy savings program is to establish the energy use of your building(s) and set a desired savings.
Monday, August 22, 2011
The Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPACT2005) is a broad, sweeping bill that sets forth U.S. energy policy in over 550 pages of legislative language covering nearly everything from nuclear to coal to drilling for oil. For building owners, EPAct includes some valuable language that provides for up to $1.80 per square foot in tax deductions for energy efficiency projects. With this and other tax treatments, both building owners and occupants around the U.S. are accelerating such significant returns on investments in energy efficiency projects that many other investment alternatives pale by comparison.
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